Autumn is on its way and that means Malmö’s parks are slowly starting to showi their finest colours! Invite your colleagues, friends or family on a cozy canal cruise, bring some coffee or hot chocolate and… enjoy! As always, use of comfy seating cushions and blankets is included. Welcome aboard!
Explore Malmö from our boats
Malmö Live is Malmö’s new concert and conference complex. 25 stories high and with a skybar, it is already a main city landmark that attracts many visitors. The newly opened Clarion Hotel with 444 rooms is Malmö’s biggest hotel.
The King's park
Malmö´s oldest park was opened in 1872. It is magnificient to sail between the trees leaning over the canal. In fact, there are 120 different trees in the park.
Built between 1526 and 1539, it is the oldest renaissance castle in the Nordics. At one point in time it was used as a prison, but today it is housing museums and is a popular place to get married.
This is the newest marina in Malmö. Situated on the way between the central station and Turning Torso, this area has grown rapidly. Today many sailing boats are moored here and there are many restaurants to choose from.
Here you can buy freshly caught fish from the Öresund waters. Add a nice potato sallad and you have a perfect picnic to enjoy on your eletric boat ride. The fishing cottages were moved here in 1956 and are listed buildings.
Sail underneath the many canal bridges, from the oldest Hjälmarbron (1885) next to World Maritime University to the youngest Kaptensbron (2014) right near Södertull. Don’t forget to test the acoustics under Fersens bro, between Kungsparken and Södertull.
The old post office
The oldest post office in Malmö now hosts a brasserie and offices. The building dates from 1900-1906 and was listed in 1935. Additional windows were placed at the lower edge of the roof in 1944.
Life on the canals
Say hi to the swans, duck families and other inhabitants of the canal environment.